Macenko, Steve: Steve Macenko, 47, Belle Valley, Ohio, brother of John Macenko of Yorkville, died Sunday morning in Belle Valley. He was born Sept 1, 1924, at Belle Valley, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Macenko. He was a member of the Corpus Christi Catholic Church of Belle Valley. Surviving also are five other brothers, Joseph of Cumberland, Ohio, Andy and Paul both of Belle Valley, Mike of Cleveland, and George of Caldwell; one sister, Mrs. Gilbert Briggs of Lewisville, Ohio. Friends are being received at the McVey Funeral Home, Caldwell, Ohio. Services will be held Tuesday at 10a.m. at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, with burial in the Church cemetery. [Times Leader, 10 Jan 1972, pg. 2]
Madden, Mrs. Elizabeth Stephard : Mrs. Elizabeth Stephard Madden, 82, will known resident of Rt. 1, Madden Station, passed away Sunday afternoon at 3:40 o'clock at her home following four years of illness. The widow of Walter S. Madden she was a native of Wellsville. She was a member of the Wellsville Presbyterian Church but had resided in the place where she died for the past 43 years. The deceased is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Vera Madden Stewart of the home two sons, William E. Beresford of Atlanta, GA., and Franklin S. Beresford of Miami, FL., a stepdaughter, Mrs. Mabel Reed of Thornville and a step-son, Charles E. Madden of Toledo. The body was removed to the Mader-Peoples Funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements. [Times Recorder, 04 Sep 1939 pg. 10]
Magers, Vera Mary : Vera Mary Perkins, Polinski Magers, 78, of 35 Bishop St. Wheeling, formerly of High St. Benwood, died Thursday Dec 9, 1993, in Wheeling Hospital. She was a daughter of the late Harly and Eva Jane Perkins. She was a Protestant. She was preceded in death by her first husband, John Polinski; her second husband, Carl Magers; three brothers; a grandchild. Surviving are three sons. John "Fred" Polinski of Belmont, James Polinski of Louisiana and David Polinski of Glen Dale, WV.; a daughter, Mrs. Louis (Deborah) Walker of Wheeling; a sister, Mrs. Charles (Jean) Croop of Wheeling; 13 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Friends will be received today noon to 3 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 214 Marshall St., McMechen, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday. Burial in Riverview Cemetery, Moundsville WV. [Times Leader, 12 Dec 1993]
Mahaney, Mrs. Glen : Funeral services for Mrs. Glen Mahaney, 21, who died Monday morning at the home of her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur Krouskoupf High St., following eight months illness, will be conducted Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Thomas Catholic Church. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Mahaney was a member of St. Thomas Church and was well known in this city. Surviving besides her husband and parents are four sisters, Christina, Olive, and Mrs. Louise Garbin of the home and Mrs. Matilda Burns of this city; three brothers Fred, Herman, and Eugene Krouskoupf, all of the home, and several nephews, nieces and cousins. The body will be removed to the home this afternoon from the Trimmer Funeral Home. [Times Recorder, 22 Oct 1940]
Maines, Georgianna : Georgiana Maines, 89, of Zanesville, formerly of McLuney, died Monday, Jan 6, 2003 at Genesis Bethesda Hospital, after a sudden illness. Born Aug 22, 1913, in Perry County, she retired in 1978 from Armco Steel, where she had worked as their plant nurse for 25 years. She had also worked as a nurse for Dr. Cruz. She was a graduate of Good Samaritan Nursing Program and a member of BPW of Zanesville, Pioneer Historical Society and Blue Triangle, both of Zanesville. Surviving are two foster sons and their families, Jack Brown, his wife Beth and their children Kristen and Adam, James Brown and his daughter Jamie; four cousins, Bernice Butler of Fl., Evelyn Denny of New Lexington, Betty Gordon of Caldwell and Dr. Bobby Young of Zanesville. She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Edith Lanning Maines. Calling hours will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at Goebel Funeral Home, Crooksville. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home with Pastor Larry Taylor officiating. Burial will be in Iliff Cemetery. [The Times Recorder, 09 Jan 2003]
Mallonee, Berndina: Berndina Mallonnee, 80, Ocala, FL., formerly of Bethesda and Martins Ferry, died Sunday evening at Ocala Geraiatric Center. She was born Jan 13, 1909 at Bethesda, daughter of the late Charles and Clara Bell Mallonee. She taught school several years in the Martins Ferry School District and was a member of the Martins Ferry Baptist Church. Surviving are a brother, Thomas Mallonee of Ocala; several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, where services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. John Jackson officiating. Burial will be in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda. [Times Leader]
Malvin, Ronald Lee : Last rites for Ronald Lee Malvin, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Malvin of Cumberland who died Tuesday at Bethesda Hospital will be held at 10:30 Thursday morning at the Tom Funeral Home at Cumberland, with the Rev. Mr. Van Syoak officiating. Burial will be in the Cumberland Cemetery. [Times Recorder, 25 Jun 1942 pg. 8]
Manley, Mrs. Elizabeth : Funeral rites for Mrs. Elizabeth Gant Manley, 90, colored who died at noon Sunday at the home of her daughter, Miss Margaret Manley of near Licking View, will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the State Street Wesleyan Methodist Church. Rev. A. D. Jackson will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. The body was removed to the home Monday evening from the Mader-Peoples Funeral Home. [Times Recorder, 22 Oct 1940]
Mann, Emma: Emma M. Mann, 78, a resident of Belmont, died Thursday at Alliance City Hospital. She was born Jan 29, 1906 in Wheeling, a daughter to the late Charles and Lula Remley Thomas. She was a retired employee of the Belmont County Home, St. Clairsville and a member of the Belmont Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Mann in 1980, and three sons, Francis, Roger and Wilford. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Audrey Nicholson of Cambridge; two sons Raymond of Minerva and Edward Thomas of Pittsburgh, PA., 25 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, Saturday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be held Sunday at 1:30. Burial will be in Belmont Cemetery.
Maring, Mrs. Edith: Mrs. Edith Maring aged about seventy years, died October 10. For years Somerton had been her home and we had learned to love the kind old lady, whose life was one of sweetness and resignation to whatever came. Her husband died a number of years ago and since then her children had been her comfort and support and when she died four sons and three daughters wept around her bier. For nearly two years she had been a helpless invalid and in all that time nothing was left undone which loving hands could do to soothe her suffering. [Barnesville Enterprise, 1881]
Marsh, Thomas M. : Thomas Milton Marsh, 85, honored and highly respected citizen, son of Abraham and Mary Bichard Marsh, pioneer citizens of Cambridge died at the old family homestead, 729 Gomber Ave., on Friday evening, 6:15 o'clock. He had been ill for about a month suffering from complications incident to advanced years, and had lived an active and useful life until stricken, being youthful in appearance and bearing for one of his years. "Tommy", as he was known by his legion of friends was born May 17, 1856, one of a family of 11 children, six sons and five daughters, of whom the following survive: Charles Summer Marsh, Missoula, Mont., Mrs. Amanda Morrow, East Chicago, IN., Mrs. Margaret Sarchet, Detroit, MI. Deceased brothers and sisters are Dillon Marsh, former Guernsey County mining engineer, Mary L. Grant, Sarah E. Hyde, Bertha J. and Jonathan. Mrs. Alice Wallace Marsh, wife of the deceased, died Sep 3 1926, and six children are of the immediate family- Mrs. Frank Stottlemire of the home, Charles S. Marsh of New Philadelphia, engineer of the State Highway Department and former Guernsey county engineer, Mrs. John Young., Mrs. Edwin H. Cale, Clark St., Frank D. Marsh, deceased and Mrs. Roy Workman. "Tommy" had lived an energetic and constructive life. For many years he conducted a barber shop in the Davis block, East Eight St. and Wheeling Ave., where customers and visitors were numerous. He was treasurer of the Township Board of Trustees for a number of years. His garden was his hobby he loved flowers he planted them for pass time, cultivated them with the joy and gathered them for his friends. In his younger days he had been a cigar maker for the old T. C. Marsh firm and replaced the carbons in the first electric Street lights o his old home town. In his young manhood he was also a member of the old Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department. When 13 years of age he united with the Old Methodist Protestant Church (now the Ninth St. Methodist Church), then located on S. Seventh St., under the pastorate of Rev. S. A. Fisher, in the first small brick church erected there. Thus he had a continuous and active church membership of over 72 years which is outstanding membership record of the congregation in which he was always a regular attendant. He was one of the original organizers of the Men's Class of his church. Clean of Character and speech his honor and integrity was beyond question. He had served many years on the Official Board of the old church and had lived a consistent Christian life. He was a prominent member in Cambridge odd Fellowship, being a member of Subordinate Lodge No. 301, Encampment No. 150, Patriarchs Militant No. 96, Rebekah Lodge No. 576. In years of membership he was Cambridge's oldest resident Odd Fellow and a few years ago, at a special session, Tommy and the venerable D. M. Hawthorne were each presented with fifty-year membership jewels. He loved his fraternal brethren and they loved him. Tommy gave many of his fellow citizens their first hair-cut or their first shave and with it all he gave them an outstanding example of a good and creditable life well lived. Another good citizen has passed on. The body was removed to the Stevens & McCracken Funeral Home and was returned to the residence Saturday afternoon. Funeral services will be conducted at the home Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. R. A. Pelt, of the Ninth Street Methodist Church and burial will be made in Northwood Cemetery. Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will assemble at the Temple Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock to go to the home and pay their respects to the departed. [Jeffersonian, 21 Feb 1942]
Martin, Mrs. Elsie : Mrs. Elsie Martin, 75, of Sycamore Valley, died Saturday Dec 6, 1975 at Marietta Memorial Hospital following a lengthy illness. She was born June 29, 1900 and was a member of Lebanon United Methodist Church. Her husband Charles Martin, died May 25, 1975. She is survived by one son, Charles Martin Jr. of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Mena Fliehman of Caldwell and Mrs. Clara Hazzig of Denver, CO. One Daughter, one sister and one brother are deceased. Services were held Tuesday at 1 p.m. from the Mallett Funeral Home in Stafford and burial made in the Lebanon Cemetery. [Journal, 11 Dec 1975 pg. 2]
Martin, Jennings Lee: Veteran local television sportscaster Jennings Lee Martin of Wheeling died Saturday in Ohio Valley Medical Center, Wheeling, after a lengthy illness. He was 59. He was born on Dec 6, 1928 in Shinnston, WV., the son of Hugh M. Martin, now of Canton and the late M. Marie Patterson Martin. A resident of 600 Northwood Court he was a member of St. John's United Church of Christ, Wheeling and a veteran of the Korean War. Martin graduated from West Virginia University in 1951. After spending six years in radio broadcasting, Martin became associated with WTRF-TV in Wheeling three decades ago. Most recently he was sports director for the station. Martin was named West Virginia Citizen of the Year in 1977 and he was a member of the Wheeling Hall of Fame Board of Directors. Surviving in addition to his father, are his wife, carol Menkemeller Martin; two sons, Douglas H. and Bradford L.; and one sister, Ruth A. Reeder of Canton. Friends received 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Kepner Funeral Home, National Road at Bethany Pike, Wheeling. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. [Times Leader]
Martinko, John L.: John L. Martinko, Sr., 67 of Powell, Ohio and formerly of Belmont County, passes away Saturday morning, March 12, 1983 at Riverside Hospital, Columbus. Born Oct 15, 1915 at Neffs, he was the son of the late John and Magdalena Svanda Martinko. He was a retired coal miner of Willow Grove Mine. Surviving are two sons, William of Wilmington, Delaware, and John A. of Morristown; two grandchildren. Services were held from the Kelly0Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, on Tuesday, with Elder Harold Rose officiating. Burial was made in Belmont Cemetery. [Times Leader]
Marzluf, William F. : William F. Marzluf, 81, died Monday in Granite City, Ill, a Real Estate Broker and Builder. Survived by wife Margaret; sons, Robert, Columbus Charles of Granite City; daughter, Mrs. Lucille Howard, Mt. Holly, NJ.; sister, Mrs. Anna Ware, Columbus., (Preceded in death by former wife, Hedwig Frohnhoefer Marzluf.) Friends may call at the O'Shaughnessy Funeral Home 405 E. Town St. after 2 p.m. Thursday. Requiem Mass St. Mary's Church, Friday 10 a.m. Burial St. Joseph's Cemetery. Rosary 7 p.m. Thursday. [Columbus Dispatch]
Mason, John : John Mason, 49, formerly of Cambridge, died in a Columbus Hospital at noon Wednesday. Mr. Mason was the son of Charles and Prudence Mason. He was a coal Miner around Cambridge for many years and a devout member of the Byesville Methodist Church. He is survived by one daughter, three sons are deceased. The following brothers and sisters survive; Mrs. Mabel Gregg of Cambridge; Mrs. Jennie Walker of Cambridge and Charles of Cambridge; James of Byesville; Mrs. Anna Furnace of Dayton. The body was removed to the Kuhn Funeral home and the funeral arrangements are not completed. [Times Recorder, 25 Jun 1942 pg. 2]
Massie, John H. : Comrade John Harvey Massie, 93, only Confederate Veteran residing in Southeastern Ohio, died Wednesday night at the home of his son, Ures Massie, Kannonsburg, following and illness incident to an advanced age. His death removes another veteran from Noble County and only one survives, who served on either side in the civil strife, Comrade Jacob McBride, near Caldwell. Comrade Massie had resided in Noble County for the past four years. On Aug 24, 1847, John H. Massie was born near Uniontown, WV., a son of John H. and Bessie Ferren Massie. At the age of 16 years he joined the Confederate Army and served with distinction for 18 months. He signed up with the Snider Bushwhackers from Green Briar County and served throughout the war under his command. Ten years ago. Comrade Massie was honored by the Akron United Daughters of the Confederacy when they presented him with a beautiful medal. The Noble County Confederate was twice married and both wives preceded him in death. Surviving are four children, Ures Massie of Wayne township, Ira Gilbert Massie of Akron, Leo Massie of Akron and Elmer Massie of East Liverpool. Six grandchildren also survive. The body was removed to the Eberle Funeral Home in Quaker City and prepared for burial. Services were held Saturday at 1 p.m. from the Kennonsburg Methodist Church and burial made in the cemetery adjoining this church. Ures Massie is clerk of Wayne township. [Journal, 12 Dec 1940]
Masters, Betty Z.: Betty Z. Masters, 67, Bethesda Belmont Rd., Bethesda, died Monday at home. She was born July 4, 1925 at Bethesda, daughter of the late Alva and Cora Shepherd McCormick. She was a member of Chestnut Level Christian Church, Hazen Chapter Order of Eastern Star and a 4-H Leader for several years. She was preceded in death a son, Dean Allen; a daughter, Janice; a brother; three sisters. Surviving are her husband, Donald; three daughters, Darlene Edwards, and B. J. Ballog, both of Bethesda, and Patricia Freeman of Garland, TX; a son, Donald of Manassas, VA; two sisters, Martha Williams of Denton, TX. and Ruth Spinelli of Indiana, PA.; a brother, John McCormick of Bethesda; seven grandchildren. Friends will be received Tuesday 7 to 9 p.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday with Bob Fulton officiating. Burial follows in Chestnut Level Cemetery. Hazen Chapter O.E.S. services will be Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. [Times Leader, xx Mar 1993]
Mattingly, Clara Jane : Clara Jane Mattingly, five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Earnest Mattingly, died Monday morning at Good Samaritan Hospital. Surviving in addition to the parents are a sister, Marilyn and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cline of Schaum Ave. Private burial services will be held this morning at the Mattingly settlement with the Mattingly Funeral Home in charge. [Times Recorder, 08 May 1945 pg. 5]
Mauger, Lawrence S. : Lawrence S. Mauger, 74, of 1789 Lancaster Ave., Reynoldsburg, passed away Tuesday at home. Retired employee Omar Bakeries and OSU. Survived by wife, Naomi R.; son Howard S.; daughter Lorna Knilans; 4 grandchildren, member of Etna Methodist Church, Magnolia Lodge # 20 F&AM, honary member OSU Masonic Club. Funeral services 1:30 p.m. Friday in the Rutherford Funeral Home, Reynoldsburg, 7369 E. Main St., where friends may call after 2 p.m. Thursday. Burial Pataskala Cemetery. Masonic service 8 p.m. Thursday. [Columbus Dispatch]
Mawhorter, Clifford F. : Clifford F. Mawhorter, 69, of Adams Lane, died at 4:00 Sunday morning at his home following five weeks illness. He was a farmer and had lived his entire life in Zanesville and vicinity. He was the son of the late William and Sarah Mawhorter and was a member of the Euclid Avenue Methodist Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Mawhorter of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Mark Moore of Yale Ave; a brother, Fred Mawhorter of Homewood Ave.; a sister, Mrs. Lena Jones, Maple Ave.; one granddaughter, Betty Lou Moore and several nieces and nephews. The body was removed to the Seat Funeral Home, Maple Ave., where funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00, with the Rev. C. R. Busch, pastor of the Euclid Ave. Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral home. [Times Recorder, 12 Apr 1943 pg. 12]
Mayhugh, Clarence: Clarence Edgar Mayhugh, 79, Bethesda, died Friday morning in Monroe Health Care Center, Woodsfield. A retired farmer, her was a member of the Belmont Ridge Christian Church, Beallsville. Surviving are his wife, Virginia Church Mayhugh; three sons, Clarence Jr. of Canal Winchester and Roger and James, both of Bethesda; two daughters, Ramona Mayhugh of the home and Joan Schrader of Bethesda; a sister, Minnie VanDyne of Powhatan Point; 13 grandchildren; seven great- grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, today, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. Burial follows in Belmont Ridge Cemetery, Beallsville. [05 Aug 1990]
Mayle, Mrs. A. Maude : Funeral services for Mrs. A. Maude Mayle, 71, colored, of rear of Maple Ave, who died Sunday evening at her home following a year's illness will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at St. Paul A. M. E. Church. Rev. A. H. Tate assisted by Rev. G. W. Morse will officiate and burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. The body will remain at the Baker Funeral Home until time for removal to the church. [Times Recorder, 22 Oct 1940]
Maynard, Merlyn : Merlyn Maynard, 40, of Stockport whose wife was formerly Miss Mabel Calland, of this place, and Alvertus Bailey, also of Stockport, were killed in a sandbank accident last last Thursday. The men were attempting to free a power-driven shovel which was used in taking sand and gravel from the bank when the accident occurred. Maynard is survived in addition to his widow, by four children, Martha Mae, Gene, Jack and Robert, his mother tow brothers and one sister. Funeral services and interment took place Sunday afternoon at Stockport. [Noble County Leader, 21 Nov 1940]
McArtor, Lillian : Lillian McArtor, 65, of 1359 S. Ohio, died Monday. Member of Oakwood Ave. Methodist Church. Survived by daughters Mrs. Kathleen McLoughlin and Mrs. Patricia A. Meyer; 11 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; brothers Carl, Clarence and Walter Nonnenmacher, all of Columbus; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Held Funeral Home 1166 Parsons Ave., where service will be Thursday 1:30 p.m. Interment, Green Lawn Cemetery. [Columbus Dispatch]
McBean, John : Dr. John McBean age 78, of Harrison County, died last Thursday after a brief illness. [Belmont Chronicle 14 Jan 1875]
McBride, Everett E. : Everett E. McBride, 54, Los Angeles, CA., died Monday. Born March 5, 1891 in Madison Twp., he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McBride and attended school in Cambridge and also at Muskingum college. He went west about 30 years ago and since has lived in Washington and California. Besides his two sisters he is survived by his widow two sons and a daughter, all of Los Angeles and a brother Roy McBride, Dallas, TX. [Jeffersonian Cambridge, 14 Aug 1945 pg.5]
McBurney, George : George McBurney, well known farmer of this community, passed away Wednesday morning at 5:30 at his home on the Barnesville-Olivett Rd. His death was due to a complication of diseases and he had been seriously ill for two weeks. Mr. McBurney has been in failing health for more than a year. Last March he went to the hospital for an operation, and submitted to a second operation in April. George McBurney was the son of Mary and Ebenezer McBurney and was born at Washington PA., January 17, 1860. Upon his marriage in 1888 to Amanda Mary Patterson of West Alexander he moved to Barnesville, living for a while on West Main Street, and a year later locating on the farm where he spent the remainder of his life. Mr. McBurney was a member of the United Presbyterian Church at Washington PA., and never transferred his membership to a local congregation. He was a member of Belmont Grange and very active in it. This organization will especially miss him and his contributions of song. The survivors beside the widow are Mrs. Ernest Bailey of Speidel, Mrs. M. W. Henry of Barnesville and Susanna Deafinbaugh of the home, the daughters and three sons, David of the home, Wales of Barnesville and Robert of Cleveland. There are also 21 grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Katherine Halterman of Pittsburgh, and three brothers, John, and James both of Washington PA., and Alexander of Kennonsburg, PA. The funeral services will be held from the home Friday at one o'clock, conducted by Rev. W. C. Patterson of Cadiz. Burial will be made in Barnesville Southern Cemetery.
McCaul, Josephus: JOSEPHUS McCAUL, of Barnesville Ohio, died recently. In his last moments he explained the mysterious disappearance of his brother, Samuel, sixteen years ago. Josephus said he killed his brother in a quarrel and threw the body into an old well. [1889-07-06; Paper: Savannah Tribune Submitted by Barb Zigenmeyer]
McClelland, William E. : William E. McClelland, who attained the the age of 90 last January died at Bethesda Hospital at 5:30 p.m. Death was due to infirmities of age. He had been in the hospital 10 days and prior to that time made his home with his son, George McClelland at North Fifth Street. He was a member of the Central Trinity Methodist Church and had been a resident of Zanesville for more than 50 years. Surviving the deceased are four sons, George M. of this city; Alfred, of Crooksville; Floyd of Stovertown Rd. and Leo of the Adamsville Rd.; one daughter, Mrs. Nora Pfunder of Cleveland a half sister, Mrs. Etta Luster of Crooksville and two half brothers, Elmer Cope of Crooksville and Leo Cope of Zanesville. Funeral arrangements were incomplete last night. The body is at the Trimmer Funeral Home. [Times Recorder, 17 Jun 1942]
McCombs, Charles Eddy: Charles Eddy McCombs, 27, of Belmont, died Monday in the Good Samaritan Hospital, Zanesville. He was born April 22, 1952 at Steubenville. He was a truck driver, a Protestant by faith and a veteran of the U. S. Army. Surviving are his parents, Melba McCombs of Belmont, and Charles McCombs of Jewett; one daughter, Alicia Ann of Barnesville; a brother, Jerry of Belmont; three sisters, Joyce McCombs of Barnesville, and Jackie and Myrna, both at home. Friends received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home Bethesda, today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. Kenneth Reese officiating. Burial in Belmont Cemetery. [Times Leader, 26 Dec 1979 pg. 21]
McConaughy, Dorothy W. : Dorothy W. McConaughy, 88, of Barnesville, died Sunday May 12, 2002 at her home. She was born Feb 16, 1914, in Tuscarawas County, daughter of the lat Walter Scott and Myrtle Iona Stephan Keiser. She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl McConaughy; and infant son; three brothers and four sisters. She leaves two sons, Walter McConaughy of New Brighton, PA., and Ralph McConaughy of Jackson, TN.; three daughters, Luella Kidd, Mrs. Hubert (Shirley) Chappell and Mrs. Charles (Priscilla) Warrick, all of Barnesville; tow sisters, Mildred Grandi of Jerusalem and Geraldine Miller of Barnesville; several grandchildren and great-great- grandchildren. Friends were received Tuesday at Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville, where services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday with Pastor Rodney West officiating. Burial will be in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda. [Barnesville Enterprise, 15 May 2002 pg. 2]
McCormick, Cora Ann: Cora Ann McCormick, 83, resident of Bethesda, passed away Friday, March 29, 1973 at her home. She was born December 28, 1892, a daughter of Grant and Hattie Lucas Shepherd. She was retired operator of a nursing home and a member of Bethesda United Methodist Church, Bethesda OES and past president of Bethesda Legion Auxiliary. Surviving are six daughters, Mrs. G.O. (Virginia) McClelland of Reading, Ohio; Mrs. H. D. (Jessie) Moore of Cleveland; Mrs. G. L. (Ruth) Spinelli of Indiana, PA; Mrs. E. F. ( Martha) Williams of Bridgeport, Michigan; Mrs. D. A. (Betty) Masters of Belmont; Mrs. Don (Nancy) Anderson of Bethesda; two sons, Mansel and John, both of Bethesda; one sister, Mrs. Martha Mueller of Bethesda; two brothers, Don and Lowell Shepherd, both of Bethesda; 19 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Friends were received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home in Bethesda. Services were held Monday, April 1st at 1:30p.m. at the funeral home with the Rev. Fred Bell officiating. Interment was made in Bethesda Methodist Cemetery. Hazen Chapter OES held services Sunday evening, March 31st at 7 p.m. followed by Legion Auxiliary services at 7:30 p.m. [Barnesville Enterprise]
McCulloch, A. R. : Funeral services for Atty. A. R. McCulloch, dean of the Guernsey County Bar Association and chairman of the Democratic executive committee in Guernsey County for nearly half century, were conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church by the pastor, Rev. Lester S. Evans. Burial was made in Northwood Cemetery. Atty. McCulloch died early Thursday at Swan Hospital as the result of a fractured right hip sustained in a fall last Sunday. The body was viewed by many friends at the McMillen Funeral Home and at the church where it was taken two hours prior to the services Saturday. Nephews of the deceased, Ray and Lloyd McCulloch, Allan Knowles, Cleveland and Lehr Knowles, New York City, served as pall bearers. [Jeffersonian, 21 Feb 1942]
McCune, James : James McCune,76, well known farmer of the Belle Valley community and life long resident of Noble County, died Tuesday at 4 p.m. in Memorial Hospital , Marietta. He had been admitted the hospital early Tuesday morning suffering with intestinal obstructions. He was a member of the Hoskinsville Methodist Church. His wife, Mrs. Ruth Etta Stewart McCune, died several years ago. The surviving children are Mrs. Clifford Marquis, Mrs. John Morrison and Mrs. Vera Jennings, all of Sharon community and Forrest McCune, of Caldwell. Carl McCune, of Caldwell, died several years ago. The surviving brother and sister are Albert McCune and Miss Florence McCune, near Belle Valley. The body was removed from the B. B. Wheeler Funeral Home Wednesday evening to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest McCune. Last rites will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Hoskinsville Methodist Church. Rev. David a. Doan of the First Methodist Church, Caldwell, assisted by Rev. Clair Gray, of Belle Valley, will officiate. Burial will be in the Hoskinsville Cemetery. [Times Recorder, 22 Jun 1944]
McElfresh, Bertha : Funeral rites for Mrs. Bertha McElfresh, 65, of Gray Street, who passed away Sunday night at Good Samaritan Hospital will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the late residence. Rev. Harvey E. Holt will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. The deceased was the widow of Samuel McElfresh. She spent her entire life in Zanesville. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Dawes Beebe of the home; Mrs. Emory Barron of Forest Ave. and Mrs. Tyrus Dennis of Wilson Ave.; two sons, Harry McElfresh of Owens Street and Lewis McElfresh of Pine Street; four half sisters two half brothers, 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The body was removed to the late residence Monday afternoon from the Dean Funeral Home. [Times Recorder, 22 Oct 1940]
McElfresh, Kenneth Dale : Funeral services for Kenneth Dale McElfresh, four-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McElfresh of Zanesville who died Friday in the Bethesda Hospital that city, were held at the home of the parents Saturday forenoon. Following the services the body was brought to the Hoskinsville Cemetery for burial. The Parents, three sisters and a brother at the home survive. Mrs. Stella Fogle, Belle Valley, is the maternal grandmother and the paternal grandmother is Mrs. Hattie McElfresh of Summerfield. [Noble County Leader, 26 Feb 1942]
McElroy, Charles Thomas : Charles Thomas McElroy, 31, of South Zanesville, died in Good Samaritan Hospital Wednesday afternoon following a short illness. He had been removed to the hospital Tuesday. The deceased was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church. Surviving are the father, Charles T. McElroy Sr., one brother, Francis McElroy, and a sister, Mary Ann McElroy and several uncles and aunts. The body was removed to the Lester Mattingly Funeral Home, corner Woodlawn and Muskingum, where funeral arrangements are incomplete. [Times Recorder, 13 May 1943 pg. 5]
McEndree, Ray E.: Ray E. McEndree, 71, Morristown, died Sunday in Barnesville Hospital. He was born Sept 6, 1915 at Morristown, son of the late Jessie and Etta Howell McEndree. He was a retired employee of Consolidated Coal Co. and a Protestant, a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a member of Barnesville VFW. He was preceded in death by two brothers; two sisters. Surviving are his wife, Edna Gilmore McEndree; four sons, Alfred J. Bethesda, Ray of Jackson, KY., and Ernest and Ernie, both of Morristown; a brother, Ralph of Baltimore, MD.; two sisters, Alice Mae McBride of Barnesville and Winifred Bethel of Piedmont; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Friends will be received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Morristown, where services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday with Glenn Smith officiating. Military graveside services will be in Union Cemetery, Morristown. Veterans services will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. [Times Leader, Mar 1993]
McGhee, Kenneth : Kenneth "Jiggs" McGhee,75, of Shady Lane, Barnesville, died Friday in Barnesville Hospital. He was born November 14,1913 in Barnesville, the son of the late Frank and Bertha Robb Starr. He was the owner-operator of McGhee's Nursery, a former Owner-operator of the Flower Gardens Flower Shop and a member of Assumptions Catholic Church, Barnesville. He was past president of Knights of Columbus and a charter member of Seneca sportsmen's Club. He was preceded in death by an infant son. Surviving are his wife, Nomi Brown McGhee; three daughter, Norma J. Lucas and Patricia L. Swallie, both of Barnesville and Theresa R. Leach of Quaker City; a half-brother of Milhoad, Frank Starr of Milan, Mich; a half-sister Dorothy Starr of Milan; six grandchildren; two step-grandsons; 11 great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home, Barnesville today , 4 to 9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday in Assumption Catholic Church with Rev. Charles Mascolino officiating. Burial follows in Assumption Cemetery, Barnesville. Rosary devotions and K of C services will be held today at 7:30 p.m. [Times Leader]
McGilton, Mildred M.: Mildred M. McGilton, 87, Stewartsville, died Thursday at home. She was born in Belmont County, March 24, 1905, daughter of the late Tom and Louise Schockey Masters. She was a retired housemother of the former Belmont County Children's Home, Barnesville, a member of the Bethel Presbyterian Church, Key Bellaire Eagles Auxiliary and Glencoe American Legion Auxiliary. She was preceded in death by her husband Thurman McGilton and two brothers, Russell and Raymond Masters. Surviving are two sons, Francis Thurman McGilton of Belmont and Vern McGilton of Stewartsville; a brother, Paul Masters of Medina; two sisters, Rhea Helms of Stewartsville and Margaret Thornton of Bellaire; eight grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; a great-great-granddaughter. Friends will be received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Toothman Funeral Home Jacobsburg, where services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday with the Rev. Ray Ake officiating. Burial follows in Holly Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Grove, Bellaire Eagles Auxiliary services at 7 p.m., Sunday followed by American Legion Auxiliary services at 7:30 p.m. [Times Leader, 29 May 1992]
McGlashan, Charles H. : Charles H. McGlashan, 75, of Columbus, who was born and reared in Sharon, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McGlashan of Caldwell, died suddenly last Saturday evening at his summer home, one mile west of Duncan Falls, south of Zanesville, following a heart attack. His brother, Cyrus is employed in The Leader Office. A retired salesman for the Smith Brothers Hardware Company of Columbus, Mr. McGlashan was a member of the Columbus I. O. O. F. Lodge in Columbus and the Modern Woodmen of America. Surviving are his widow, Laura, and one daughter, Miss Zora of the home, one brother, Cyrus of Caldwell, two sisters, Mrs. Ella Tipton of Caldwell and Mrs. Cora Shadwell of Huntington, WV. Funeral services were held at the home in Columbus Tuesday afternoon and interment was made in a Columbus Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus McGlashan and Mr. and Mrs. Paul McGlashan, of Caldwell wee in attendance at the services. Owing to her advanced years and impaired health, Mrs. Tipton was unable to be present at the last rites. [The Noble County Leader, 26 Feb 1942]
McGrew, David: DAVID MCGREW, son of James F. McGrew, was born in Cadiz, Harrison County, Ohio the 26 Dec, 1825. He obtained a common school education and learned the milling trade with his father, who had been a soldier in the War of 1812. When David was six years of age he located on McMahon Creek, Belmont Co, Ohio, remaining there for 15 years, and then went to Yellow Creek, Jefferson Co, Ohio, where his father died in 1844. Our subject married Miss Rebecca McMurray on the 3 July, 1850. At one time he owned the one half interest in a mill two miles below Bellaire, Belmont, Ohio, which was destroyed by fire. He then began milling on Captina Creek, where he remained for 18 months. He now remains at Old Stone Mill, known as Thomason Mill, on Little McMahon Creek, which he owns and which was built by Thomas Thomason in 1839. He follows farming, milling and sawing lumber. Source: History of Belmont and Jefferson Counties by Caldwell 1880, p 255 James F. and Amelia McGrew family consisted of Catherine, Diana, Finley, Archibald, David, Jacob Elmer David and Rebecca McGrew's family consisted of Sarah C., . Oscar, Alexander, James W., Minnie D., Kedoro (Omer) , Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Elmer Jacob. Alexander, Rachel and Elizabeth. [Submitted by Carol McGrew]
McGurk, Mrs. H. L. : The death of Nellie, 63, wife of Harry L. McGurk of Terre Haute, Ind., occurred last Thursday morning following a long illness. She was the daughter of Thomas Marquis and Ada Rogers of Covington, Ind., and in addition to her husband is survived by three sons Capt. Harry L. Jr., of Ft. Leonard Wood, Ma., Sgt. Tom A. Bombardier now in Italy and Samuel of the U. S. Navy, one daughter Mrs. Edward Hodge of Terre Haute and four grandchildren. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Funeral services and burial took place Saturday afternoon at Terre Haute. Mrs. McGurk was a sister-in-law of J. B. and Miss Florence McGurk of Summerfield with whom she has visited a number of times. [The Journal, 24 Feb 1944]
McHenry, Helen M.: Helen M. McHenry, 82, Orchard Lane, St. Clairsville, formerly of Bridgeport, died Wednesday in Wheeling Hospital. She was born March 10, 1911 in Bellaire, daughter of the late Carl and Nellie Brudvich Lesnick. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church at St. Clairsville. She was preceded in death by her husband, William McHenry. Surviving are a son, Donald McHenry of Thornville; four granddaughter. Services were held at the convenience of the family Thursday with the Rev. James Bryant officiating. Burial followed in St. Anthony Cemetery, Blaine. Arrangements by Wilson Funeral Home, 920 National Road, Brookside. [Times Leader, 30 Apr 1993 pg. 8A]
McKee, Mrs. Allie : Mrs. Alcinda McKee, 92, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mollie Patten, on Fairground Street, Saturday evening at 5 o'clock, following an illness due to advanced years. She was the widow of the late Isaac E. McKee, Civil War Veteran and the daughter of John and Elizabeth Kirk. Mrs. McKee was a life-long resident of Noble County, the oldest resident of Noble County, the oldest Charter member of the Amazon Chapter No. 30, O. E. S. and past worthy matron of the chapter. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Mollie Patten and Mrs. Flora Cooke of the home and one son, Robert McKee of Canton. One grandson, Donald McKee of Canton, also survives. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home with Rev. Harry M. Wilson pastor of the First Church of Christ officiating. Members of the local order of Eastern Star held their ritualistic services at the home. Burial was made in Olive Cemetery with the Murphy Funeral Home in charge. [The Journal, 21 May 1942]
McKee, Charles Vinson : Charles Vinson McKee, 59, of Wilson St., Sciotoville, died Monday at Veterans Hospital at Huntington WV. A native of Fort Gay, WV., he was a World War II veteran, a retired postal employee and a member of Western Sun Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite, El Hasa Shrine, Eastern Star at Wheelersburg, Portsmouth Whit Shrine, American Legion and Disabled American Veterans. Preceded in death by his first wife, Mrs. Ruth Warner McKee, in 1973, he is survived by his second wife, Mrs. Tana Wheeler McKee; tow sons, Shannon T., of East Thomas Ave., and Shevin C., Peru, IN.; four daughters, Mrs. Sharon Carroll of Urbana, Mrs. Sherrill Turner of Wheelersburg, Mrs. Shauna Hamilton of St. Paris and Mrs. Sheila Tabor of Columbus; tow stepsons, Rodney and Carl Potts, both at home; six step daughters, Mrs. Tima Abrigo of Norfolk VA., Mrs. Rhonda Harper of Virginia Beach VA., and Belinda, Kathy, Paula and Janet Potts all at the home; his mother, Mrs. Frances Florence Williams McKee; a brother, Walter of Virginia Beach VA; two sisters, Mrs. Wanda Copley of Wheelersburg and Mrs. Jerry Ramey, of East Thomas Ave. and 10 grandchildren. Services are planned at 2 p.m. Thursday at Don Wolfe Funeral Home in Sciotoville, with Rev. Robert D. Rider officiating. Military graveside rites will be conducted by James Dickey Post American Legion at Memorial Burial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 9 tonight, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and from 10 a.m. until time of services Thursday. Masonic services are planned at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
McKee, William : Members of the deacons, and Men's Bible class made up the pallbearers and honorary pallbearers, who carried the profusion of beautiful floral offerings at last rites for William McKee, better known to his hosts of friends as "Billy," Sunday afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church. They were Paul McGlashan , Glenn Iams, J. W. Robinson, Forrest Sanford, Edgar Love, Lesley Love, J. J. Startzman, Clarence Wiley, J. K. Walkenshaw, George McKee, Clayton McKee, Owen Harmon and A. W. King. Tev. Charles E. Nash conducted the services and two selections "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder" and "Abide With Me," were sung by Mrs. Helen Harmon, Mrs. Miriam Craig, miss Cynthia Morris and Paul mcGlashan, with Mrs. J. K. Walkenshaw at the piano. The services were largely attended and the church was filled to capacity. Interment was made in Olive Cemetery, with the Murphy Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. [Times Recorder, 28 Oct 1944]
McKinley, Andrew: At his residence on Friday morning at 8 o'clock, September 28, 1860, of dropsical affection, after a lingering illness of 7 months, ANDREW MCKINLEY, in the 80th year of his age. The deceased had been a resident of Belmont Co., near Wrightstown, since the year 1806. The whole course of his life had been that of piety and virtue; and died firm in the faith of a risen saviour. Addressing his wife, Elizabeth, he said: "We will not be long separated." He leaves a large concourse of relatives and friends to mourn his loss. Thou art gone - kindest __rent, to mansions of rest; Thy suffrage and pains are all o'er - While sorrow and anguish invade our breasts, We hope to meet thee on Canaan's bright shore; Where sleeping Saints are awakened, And sing praise to God evermore. (Guernsey Times please copy.) [St. Clairsville Gazette, Submitted by Barbara Stephen]
McLeod, Mrs. Ida Smith : Friends here have been notified of the death of Mrs. Ida Smith-McLeod, 73, wife of John McLeod, which occurred at the family home in Columbus, Tuesday. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leonard and was born in the Sharon community, west of Caldwell. She and her first husband, John Smith, resided in Caldwell a number of years. Later with her husband and son Attorney Harry Smith, she located in Columbus. Mrs. Smith was later married to Mr. McLeod, who survives with one daughter of the first marriage, Mrs. Belva Smith Rucker, wife of Noble Rucker, Columbus; three grandchildren, Marjorie Smith Gibeau, Cumberland; Ralph Smith and Wilson Rucker, Sr., Columbus; one great-grandson, Wilson Rucker, Jr. and one brother, Leonard, who resides we of Caldwell. Funeral services were held Friday at Columbus and burial was made in Greenlawn Cemetery. [Journal, 22 May 1941 pg. 4]
McMillin, Ebenezer B.
DIED. McMILLIN.--At his home in Loydsville, on the 2d inst., Mr. Ebenezer B. McMillin, son of Mrs. Mary McMillin, in his 19 year. For several months he had been a sufferer with consumption and bore his suffering with much patience. He was a member in good standing of the order of Good Templars. Active in business, and an exemplary young man posessing many noble traits, despising any low, mean act or injustice to school-mates or others, even when very young, won for him a claim on the affections of his friends and associates, which time can never destroy. This is the fourth mortality in this family within the last ten years, namely: The los of husband and son by the war, and another son a few years since, is a sad bereavement in which all deeply sympathize with Mrs. McMillin and her two remaining sons, one of which is farr away in the U.S. service. May they be consoled with the thought that their loss is his eternal gain. W.M. [Belmont Chronicle (St. Clairsville, OH.) Thursday, September 24, 1874]
McMillen, Helen: Helen McMillen, 76, 210 Main St., Tiltonsville, died Tuesday in Pittsburgh, PA. She was born Sep 8, 1913 in Martins Ferry, a daughter of the late Robert and Bertha Cochran Hicks. She was a member of the Tiltonsville United Methodist Church and Order of Eastern Star. She was preceded in death by her husband, Monroe McMillen. Surviving are three daughters and two sons, Mrs. Joseph (Evelyn0 McConkey of Burlington, NJ., Mrs. Robert (Patricia) Glasgow of Mingo Junction, Mrs. James (Marcia Kay) Zinni of Canfield, Jerry McMillen of Tiltonsville and Ronnie McMillen of New Hope, PA.; four brothers and a sister, Catherine Holliday of Las Vegas, NV., Willard and Ray Hicks of Mt. Pleasant, Dale Hicks of Colerain and Kenneth Hicks of Marcos Island, FL.; 12 grandchildren.
McNabb, Robert C. : Robert C. McNabb, 49, of Riverdale, NY, died Tuesday an Eastern division manager of 20th Century Fox Film Corp. Survived by wife Frances, son Robert Bruce; sister Mrs. Myron Bishop, 1155 Norris Dr. Columbus; mother Mrs. Lillian McNabb. Funeral service 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Welsh Funeral Home, Baton Rouge, LA. Local arrangements by Long Funeral Home. [Columbus Dispatch]
McNeal, Mrs. L. A. : Funeral services for Mrs. L. A. McNeal of Maple Ave., who died Saturday at her home, will be conducted at the residence Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. F. H. Meese, former first reader of the First Church of Christ will officiate. Pallbearers will be Jack Fraunfelter, Marion Williams, John Williams, William Mautz, Dave Hill and Sylvester Taylor. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. The body has been removed to the residence from the Seat Funeral Home. [Times Recorder, 29 Feb 1944]
McReight, DeArmond : Woodsfield OH-Dearmond McReight, 90, life resident of Monroe County, passed away Monday evening at 5:00 at the home of his sister, Mrs. Agnes Dougherty, High Street. Although he had been in failing health for the past two years his death was unexpected. He was stricken Thursday of the past week. The body was taken to the Bauer and Turner Funeral Home, where it will remain until after the services, when it will be taken to Antioch for burial. Bereaved by his death in addition to his sister, Cora, who resides in the west, also several nieces and nephews. His brother, John McReight preceded him in death a few months ago. Mr. McReight had spent practically his entire life in the Antioch community with the exception of the past few years that he has lived with his sisters in Woodsfield. A well-known county farmer. During the short time that he has resided here he made many friends. Funeral arrangements are incomplete pending the arrival of relatives. [The Times Recorder, 28 Sep 1944]
Mechem, Faye J.: Faye J. Turner Stanchina Pike Mechem, 84, St. Clairsville, died this morning at her home. She was born May 13, 1905 at Bethesda, daughter of the late Lee and Bertha McWilliams Turner. She was a Methodist and a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Woman's Club, Garden Club, all of St. Clairsville and was formerly a teacher at the Ritchey School at Wheeling. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Anthony Stanchina and Charles Pike; a brother, Baynard (Bud) Turner. Surviving are her husband, Paul Mechem; a son, Anthony Stanchina of Charleston, WV.; a daughter, Sue Little of Cleveland TN., eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Beck Funeral Home, St. Clairsville, Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. where services will be held Friday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. David Bush officiating. Burial follows in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda. [Times Leader, 01 Nov 1989]
Medley, Harry: Harry Medley, 73, Sebring, FL., formerly of Morristown, died April 1, 1991 at his home. He was a retired employee of Office Machine Co., and a Methodist by faith. He was preceded in death by his first wife, June Jumps Medley. Surviving are his wife, Christine C. Medley; one son, Robert of Minot, ND.; one daughter, Donna Malek of Brunswick; two brothers, Charles of Barnesville and Harold of Connorsville, IN.; two sisters, Doris Rhodes of Cleveland and Evelyn Tracy of Barnesville; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held Saturday afternoon at Belmont Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home Bethesda. [Barnesville Enterprise, 10 Apr 1991 pg. 2]
Meighen, Mrs. Laurence N. : Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meighen, Senecaville, received word Sunday of the unexpected death of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Laurence Nelson Meighen, Lompoc Calif., which occurred at Lompoc. Mrs. Meighen was formerly Miss Electa Madora LeBouef, Lake Charles, LA. She and Cpl., Meighen of Camp Cooke, Calif., were married last April 14 at Senecaville with Rev. F. R. Gaugler, pastor of the Methodist Church there, officiating. When Cpl. Meighen returned to camp, Mrs. Meighen went to lake Charles and three week ago joined him in California living at Lompoc, a town near Camp Cooke. Details as to cause of the death were not given, Cpl. Meighen is accompanying his wife's body to her home in Louisiana for funeral services and burial. [Jeffersonian, 06 Jun 1944]
Mellott, Elizabeth Sprowl: Elizabeth Sprowl Mellott, 80, of Water Street, Barnesville, died April 5, 1984 in Barnesville Hospital. She was born July 27, 1903 in Centerville, a daughter of the late Henry and Cora Riggle Sprowl. She was a Protestant by faith and was preceded in death by her husband, David Mellott Sr., in 1979; one sister, Lettie Duke; three brothers, William, George and Samuel Sprowl; a daughter and a son. Surviving are five sons, Charles with whom she resided, James of East Liverpool, Alfred of Bellaire, David of Dayton and George of Lisbon; three daughters, Hilda Huntsman of Barnesville, Agnes Pinkerton of Lisbon and Ruth Evans of Claysville; three sisters, Irene Kent of Dennison, Margaret Gilham of Flushing, and Orpha Ellifritz of East Finley, PA., three brothers James Sprowl of Barnesville, John of Cadiz and Alfred of New Martinsville; 39 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Services were held Sunday from the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, with Rev. John Jackson officiating. Burial was made at noon Monday in the Calcutta United Presbyterian Cemetery, East Liverpool, OH. [Barnesville Enterprise, 11 Apr 1984 pg. 2]
Mercer, Ira: Ira Mercer, resident of 72 Westlawn Drive, Mansfield, Ohio died at Mansfield Hospital Saturday morning July 6th. He was born at Harrisville on April 17, 1892, a son of Jacob and Effie Mercer. On November 15, 1920 he was married to Elsie Gilliland who died January 29, 1965. For more than 20 years the Mercer family lived on a farm north of Barnesville. In 1954 the family moved to Mansfield where Mr. Mercer was employed with the Pennsylvania Railroad. He was a veteran of World War I, a member of the American Legion, attended the Methodist Church and was active in the Retman's Club. Surviving are two sons, Kenneth of Houston, Texas, Dean of Saudia Arabia; two grandson's one sister, Mrs. Anna Pogue of Ravenna and one brother Harold of Chagrin Falls. One son, John died December 9, 1944. Funeral services were held Monday, July 8 at 11:00 a.m. at the Finefrock Funeral Home in Mansfield. Graveside services were held at Crestview Cemetery, Barnesville, at 3 o'clock conducted by the Reverend Roy Hilliard. [Barnesville Enterprise, 11 Jul 1968]
Merrill, Wilbert: STEUBENVILLE, Ohio — Wilbert “Wid,” “Hoofy,” “Buck” Merrill, 89, of Steubenville, died Wednesday, March 28, 2007, at his home. He was born Aug. 26, 1917, in Steubenville, the son of the late Samuel and Alice Casto Merrill. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Pansy Mason Merrill in 1997, whom he married in 1940; a son, John Merrill in 2003; a stepson James Mason in 2002; six brothers, Raymond, Everett, Calvin, James, Robert and Samuel Merrill; and three sisters, Nell Merrill, Grace Thompson and Wilma Lingo. Hoofy worked for 43 years as a millwright for Weirton Steel in the Steubenville plant. He was a member of the 25-Year Club of Weirton Steel and he was a farmer. Hoofy is survived by a daughter, Alice “Janie” Vucjak of Steubenville; a son, Gary (Donna) Merrill of Steubenville; two grandsons, Joseph Vucjak and John Merrill (Toni); five granddaughters, Yvonne (John) Bonitatibus, Pennie Thomas, Amanda (Joel) Tachoir, Christine (Hector) Herrera, and Sarah Merrill; seven great-grandchildren, Anna Bonitatibus, Rachel and Ryan Merrill, Lucca Tachoir, Enrique Herrera, Zackary and Dylan Clayton; and a very dear friend thought of as a son, Brian Andreas. Visitation for Hoofy will be Friday, March 30, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the McClave-Chandler-Mills Funeral Home, 611 N. 4th St., Steubenville, where funeral services will be held Saturday, March 31, at 11 a.m. in the McClave Chapel with Rev. James Porter officiating. Burial will follow at the Merrill Family Cemetery. [Steubenville Herald Star, 29 Mar 2007]
Merryman, Mildred C.: Mildred C. Merryman, 90, of Rose Hill Towers, Bellaire, formerly of Quaker City, died Friday, Dec 30, 1994 at City Hospital, Bellaire. She was born Feb 25, 1904 in Colorado. She was a member of the West Bellaire United Methodist Church at Bellaire, United Methodist Women, Bellaire Senior Center, and Order of Eastern Star Barnesville Chapter. She was preceded in death by her husband, Forrest H. Merryman; one brother, Harry Taylor; a granddaughter. Surviving are two sons, Ralph R. of Bellaire and Harold R. "Bud" of Dillonvale; one daughter, Loretta Lindner of Anthony, FL.; five grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandson. Friends will be received at the Bauknecht Funeral Home, Bellaire, today 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m., with Pastor Mick Foster officiating. Burial follows in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Key.
Merryman, William F.: William F. Merryman, 71, Lincoln Ave., Shadyside, died Saturday, Jan 27, 1996 at his residence. He was born Nov. 9, 1924 in Bellaire, a son of the late Harold L. and Dorothy McLane Merryman. A retired employee of Merryman Buick Co. Bellaire and Long Auto, Shadyside, he was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church Shadyside, American Legion Post 46 of Benwood where he was past commander, the Shadyside Boosters. He served as a little League coach for 20 years in Shadyside and was an Army veteran of WW II. He was preceded in death by a son, John Merryman. Surviving are his wife, Margaret Smith Merryman; five sons, Thomas W., Kenneth L., Timothy H. and Randy J., all of Shadyside and Patrick L. of Sarasota, FL.; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Amy) Lowe of Shadyside and Mrs. Doug (Sue Ann) Koch of Poland, Ohio; three brothers, Robert E. of Shadyside, Paul L. of Burleson, Texas, and Donald L. of Bellaire; 13 grandchildren. Friends will be received 7to 9 p.,. and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday at the Bauknecht Funeral Home, Shadyside. Funeral Liturgy with Mass will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Shadyside. Burial follows in Greenwood Cemetery, Bellaire. Vigil services will be 3 p.m. Tuesday and American Legion services at 7 p.m. both in the funeral home.
Milhoan, Kathy Ann: Kathy Ann Milhoan, 31, of Willow Grove Rd. St. Clairsville, died Saturday morning in Barnesville Hospital. She was born December 5,1957 in Wheeling, the daughter of Joseph and Anna Marie Bartnicki of St. Clairsville. She was the owner-operator of Hair Impressions in Barnesville and an aerobics instructor at The Ohio Valley Racquet Health and Fitness Club. She was a Catholic. Surviving in addition to her parents are her husband, David Milhoan; one son, Brandon, one daughter, Ashley, both of the home; two brothers Allen Bartnicki of Eden, NY., Gary Bartnicki of Maynard. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Rev. Paul Welton officiating. Burial follows in Richland Cemetery. Rosary devotions will be Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the funeral home. [Times Leader, 01 Apr 1989]
Milhoan, Stella: Stella Milhoan, 92, Belmont, died Monday morning at Barnesville Health Care Center. She was born August 14, 1896 in Monroe County, daughter of the late Matthew and Martha VanNess Scott. She was a Protestant. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Milhoan; two sons, Carl and Harry Milhoan. Surviving are two daughters, Edna Murphy of Barnesville; Hazel Owens of Sussex, NJ.; a son. Francis Milhoan. Tallmadge; a brother, Matthew Scott of Hunter; a sister Nellie King of Wafford Heights, CA.; 20 grandchildren and 41 great- grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, where funeral services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Leon Wilson officiating. Burial will be in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda. [Times Leader]
Miller, Clarence F. : Clarence F. Miller, age 81, Plain City, Tuesday, Memorial Hospital Union County. Preceded in death by daughter, Marilyn 1947. Member of Bethel United Methodist Church Columbus. Attended Martin Rd. Christian Church, Dublin. Past Master and 60 year member New England Lodge #4 F&AM, Worthington. Survived by wife, Thelma daughter and son-in-law, Martha and Bob Rea; granddaughters, Laura and Lisa, all of Plain City; sisters Mrs. Florence Reeves, Mrs. Elizabeth Huntley both of Delaware. Funeral service 10:30 a.m. Friday Ferguson Funeral Home, Plain City, where family will receive friends 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Rev. Lawrence Hard and Pastor John Webb officiating. Interment Union Cemetery, Columbus. Masonic service 8 p.m. Wednesday. [Columbus Dispatch]
Miller, Esther Corrine : Esther Corrine Miller, 65, of Washington St. formerly of Wheelersburg, died early this morning at Scioto Memorial Hospital. A native of Wheelersburg she was a member of Wheelersburg Eastern Star 516 and the First United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband Grant Phillip Miller; a son Stephen G. Miller of Kingston; a daughter Linda A. Miller of Gallipolis; tow brothers, Kenneth William Aeh and Paul Leslie Aeh of Wheelersburg; three sisters Mrs. Clarice Mucha of Portsmouth, Mrs. Bertha Duduit and Mrs. Lell Smith of Wheelersburg and two grandchildren. Services are planned at 11 a.m. Thursday at Harrison Funeral Home with Rev. William Turner officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Burial Park. Friends may call from 1 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home and until one hour before the service Thursday Eastern Star services will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
Miller, Flora L. : Flora L. Miller, 79, of California, died August 2, 1985. Member of McKendree United Methodist Church. Survived by son and daughter-in-law, James and Elsie Miller of Germany; daughter and son-in-law Janet and Carl Grove, California; 6 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; brothers, George and Charles Leslin; sisters, Loretta Bateman, Ruth Green and Katherine Pierce. Funeral service was held Monday at McKendree Church. Interment Riverside Cemetery by Schoedinger Linden Chapel. [Columbus Dispatch]
Miller, Franklin Lee: Franklin Lee Miller, Jr., Third Class Petty Officer, BT3, 31, with the USS Worden in the Persian Gulf, formerly of Alledonia, died Feb 6, 1993 in the Arab Emirates as the result of an auto accident. He was born Dec 25, 1961 in Wellsburg, WV., a son of Franklin Miller Sr. of Beallsville and Mary Gibson of Alledonia. He was a 1981 graduate of Beallsville High School and a U.S. Navy veteran of Desert Storm. Surviving in addition to his parents, are his wife, Esther Ibanez Miller of Manila Philippines; his stepmother, Pastor Fran Miller of Beallsville; a sister, Pam Perkins of Alledonia; two stepbrothers, Ray Wilson and Doug Wilson, both of Beallsville; a stepsister, Sgt. Rhonda Wettberg of Brooks AFB in San Antonio, TX., his paternal grandmother Wilma Miller of Wellsburg; maternal grandparents, Charles and Margaret Wright Gibson of Short Creek, WV., one nephew, Craig Perkins, and a niece, Susan Perkins, both of Alledonia. Friends were received Sunday and Monday at the Harper Funeral Home, Beallsville, where services were held Tuesday at 1 p.m. Burial was made in Beallsville Cemetery with full military graveside services. [Barnesville Enterprise pg.2, 17 Feb 1993]
Miller, Frank M. : Frank M. Miller, 70, died at the home of his niece, Mrs. Howard Guiler on the Sarahsville-Senecaville Road, Monday noon. He was the son of the late Henry and Mary Ann Miller. Surviving are two half-brothers, Malvin Miller of Detroit, Michigan, and Earl Miller of Zanesville and his step mother, Mrs. Dora Harbin of Zanesville. Funeral services were held at the East Union Free Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Mitchell officiated. [The Journal 21 May 1942]
Miller, John H. : John Henry Miller, 65, died last Sunday morning at his home here. He suffered a stroke of paralysis two years ago and since had been in failing health. Surviving are his widow, Vena; five children, Delbert, East Union; Mabel, Ralph and Doris, Cleveland, and Mrs. Clifford King, Caldwell; three brothers, Tom, Akron; Jack and Charles, East Union and four sisters, Mrs. John Floyd, Freeport; Mrs. Bertie Ball, Eva; Mrs. Ira Clark, Caldwell, and Mrs. Nathan Wickham, Caldwell. Funeral services, conducted by Rev. H. H. Peyton, pastor of the Caldwell Baptist Church, were held in the East Union Free Methodist Church, Tuesday afternoon and interment was made in the East Union Cemetery, in charge of the McVay Funeral Home at Caldwell. [Noble County Leader, 05 Dec 1940]
Miller, Joseph H. : Joseph H. Miller, 52, Germano, Ohio born May 4 1892 in German township, Harrison County Ohio, died suddenly while at work at the Carnegie Illinois Steel Mills at Mingo Junction Saturday. He was a son of H. A. and Sarah C. Wood-Miller, both deceased. He was married to Mary Ethel Benedict, Nov 25 1914, who survives with the following children: Sgt. Robert Miller of Fort Benning, GA., Pfc. Virgil Miller, Hawaiian Islands; Seaman 1st. Class Donald Miller, Bremerton Washington naval yards; Donna, Marilyn, Joseph Jr. and Larry at home; one sister, Mrs. Jesse R. Leas of Jewett; one brother, Homer Miller of Springfield, Ohio. The deceased was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church at Germano since childhood. Funeral services at the home at Germano in charge of Rev. A. C. Berger assisted by Rev. Charles Rothel. Time to be announced later, depending on arrival of sons from the army. The body was removed from the Porter Funeral Home at Jewett to the home at Germano Monday afternoon where friends will be received until time of services. Interment in Germano Cemetery. [Times Recorder, 07 Dec 1943]
Miller, Otis E.: Otis E. Miller, 85, Flushing, died Saturday evening, Feb 6, 1982 at the Barnesville Health Care Center. He was born July 26, 1896 in Barnesville, a son of the late George and Lenora Person Miller. A retired miner-mechanic he was a veteran of WWI, a member of the Methodist Church, life member of the American Legion Post No. 366, and the Masonic Lodge F & AM 298 of Flushing. Preceding him in death were his wife, Beulah, and a son, Warren. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Robert (Doris) Taylor, Westerville; Mrs. Harry (Jane) Bell, Indianapolis, IN., and Mrs. Dan (Jean) Smith, Flushing; one son, O. Edward Miller Jr., Gahanna; sixteen grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren; two brothers, Kenneth and William Miller, both of Barnesville and one sister, Mrs. Edna Agar, Barnesville. Services were conducted Tuesday by the Rev. Paul Greenwood at the Warren Funeral Home. Burial followed in the Crestview Cemetery. [Barnesville Enterprise, 11 Feb 1982]
Miller, Pearl : Pearl Miller, 94, died Monday, Monterey Nursing Inn. Widow of Floyd W. Miller. Survived by daughters, Naomi Hampton, Charlotte Koser, both of Columbus, Kathryn Wright of Orient, Agnes Cechini, California; sons, John Miller, Vandalia OH, Walter Miller, Lucasville, OH; 25 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren. Funeral service 10 a.m. Thursday Maeder Quint Funeral Home, 1068 S. High St. where friends may call Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Rev. Dave Spaulding officiating. Burial Lucasville Cemetery. [Columbus Dispatch]
Millhorn, Mrs. Anna : Mrs. Walter Leach of Belford Street, has been notified of her sister, Mrs. Anna Millhorn, which occurred suddenly late Tuesday afternoon in Columbus. Mrs. Millhorn resided most of her life here, before going to Columbus in 1920. Surviving are the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. B. C. Heber. Columbus; Mrs. William Patterson, Lancaster; Mrs. Robert Rose, Athens; Mrs. Walter Leach of Caldwell; John Harrison of Caldwell and William Harrison of Athens. Funeral services will be held in Columbus, Friday at 1 p.m. after which the body will be brought to Byesville where final rites will be held and burial made in the Byesville Cemetery at 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leach and Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison went to Columbus Wednesday to remain for funeral services on Friday. [Times Recorder, 22 Jun 1944]
Milligan, Emil J. : Emil J. Milligan, 88, beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather, of Zanesville, formerly of Crooksville, died at 6:05 p.m. Thursday 28 Aug 2003, at Sunyview Nursing Home following a brief illness. He was born Jan 23 1915, in McLuney, a son of the late John and Stella Young Milligan. He was a former employee of the China Pottery and was a shipping dept. foremen for Dura Corp. In Zanesville. He retired from Pcc Airfoils in Crooksville. He had 63 consecutive years of ABC League Bowling and had been inducted in the Zanesville, Ohio and National Bowling Halls of Fame, and 57 year member and Past Master of Peerless Lodge 591 F & AM of Crooksville, Valley of Cambridge Scottish Rite, Eagles Lodge 302 and American Legion Post 29 Both of Zanesville. He was a Sergeant in the U. S. Marine Corps during WW II and during the Great Depression he was a surveyor in the Civilian Conservation Corps building National Park Roads in Montana and Wyoming. He is survived by a daughter and sons-in-law, Rosiland and Herb Dennis of Springfield, IL., Erin and David Delaney and Jodie Milligan all of Zanesville; brothers and sisters-in-law, Robert and Betty Milligan of Hebron and Danford and June Milligan of Zanesville; grandchildren, Lara, Matthew and Mark Dennis, Hope Curtis, Ryan Kimble, Scott Keffer and Chase Delaney; great-grandchildren, Tyler and Hannah Curtis, Jackson Blackwell and Andrew and Michael Dennis. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Virginia M. Taylor Milligan, who died Nov 17, 1992; brothers, Owen Eldon, Leo, and Cyril Milligan; sisters, Lillian Perry and Anne Ernestine Sheppard. Calling hour will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. today at the Goebel Funeral Home, Crooksville with special services by Peerlees Lodge 591 at 7:30 p.m. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at the New Hope United Methodist Church, Crooksville, with the Rev. Russell White officiating. Burial will be in Zanesville Memorial Park with military honors by American Legion Post 29 of Zanesville. Memorial contributions may be made to New Hope United Methodist Church.
Milligan, John C. : John C. Milligan, 60, died at his home in Crooksville, at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning following a four day brief illness of diphtheria. Mr. Milligan was a member of the Modern Woodsmen, the United Mine Workers of America and the Iliff M. E. Church. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Stella Milligan; seven sons, Walter Leo of New Jersey, Cyril of Crooksville and Owen, Ermil, Eldon, Dale, and Robert of the home; two daughters, Miss Ernestine Milligan of the home and Mrs. Oscar Perry of New Lexington; two brothers, William and Luther Milligan of Center Point IN.; and one sister, Mrs. Jane Boutrager of New Philadelphia. Private funeral services were held at the home at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon and burial was made in the Iliff Cemetery by Cannon and Cannon. [21 Dec 1937]
Milligan, Marian M.: Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Scott Funeral Home, Cambridge for Marian Martin Milligan, 92, of Friendship Village nursing home in Columbus, formerly of Cambridge, who died Sunday 14 Dec 2003 at Riverside Hospital in Columbus. The Rev. Wallace Wilson will officiate. Burial will be in Northwood Cemetery, Cambridge. Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. She was born 24 Apr 1911, in Cambridge, daughter of the late Edward B, and Blanche Burt Milligan. Miss Milligan was a lifelong member of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Cambridge, where her grandfather, Fr. William V. Milligan served as minister for 44 years from 1854 to 1898. She was a 1927 graduate of Cambridge High School and attended Ohio University for two years. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. She obtained an American Red Cross Lifesaving Certificate, and was a master swimming instructor. She was preceded in death by three sisters, Margaret Peacock, Dorothy Driggs and Catherine Campbell. She leaves seven nieces and nephews, Wilmer V. Driggs of Baltimore, formerly of Cambridge, Jan Heise of Belmont, Calif., William Peacock of Palos Hills, Ill., Marjorie Peacock Bennett of Springboro, Bob Campbell of San Anselmo, Calif., Dr. Steven Campbell of Emmaus, PA., and Carol Campbell Rothery of Amherst, Maine and a number of great-nieces and nephews. [Daily Jeffersonian, 17 Dec 2003 pg. A-6]
Milligan, Mary Ann
Mary A. Milligan was born in Platte County, Missouri, March 6th, 1842, and died at her residence in Nelson, Nebraska, on June 12th, 1908, aged 66 years, 4 months and 6 days. She moved with her parents to Belmont county, Ohio in 1847 where the family lived until the fall of 1857, when they moved to Richland county, Wisconsin. In November 1860 she was married to Wm. Crandell and to this union two children were born; one, Mathias Crandell of Nelson, Nebr., still survives her, while the other died in infancy. On November 7th, 1867 deceased was united in marriage to James C. Reeve, to which union four children were born, all of whom are living. George G. Reeve, John C. Reeve, Charles B. Reeve, and Mrs. Amanda Dunken. Mrs. Reeve moved with her husband to Nelson, Neb., on June 8th, 1874, and she continued to reside here till the time of her death.
During her residence in Nelson she united with the First Baptist church there in January 1891 and lived in that faith till her death. She had a bright Christian experience and in all her times of sickness and suffering it was quite clear to all around her that she enjoyed the fellowship and favor of her Lord. She bore a great deal of pain without murmur or complaint and her patience was a great inspiration to her loved ones. When health permitted she was a frequent worshiper at the Methodist church in Nelson, for whose pastor and people she had a warm regard. She will be missed in the congregation and in the home but the influence of her life will be with us. We must follow her to the Homeland.
There was a very large attendance at the funeral services in the Methodist church, Nelson last Sunday afternoon. The Oddfellows and Rebekahs, of which latter Order Grandma Reeve was a member, formed a guard of honor at the house and marched in a body to the church where the ladies of the w. R. C. were also present. The church was nicely decorated with flowers and the Stars and Stripes.
The pastor, Rev. J. Henry Stitt preached from the text, “I shall be satisfied when I awake with thy likeness. “Psalm 17:15. The Oddfellows and Rebekahs also marched to the Nelson cemetery, and before the casket was placed in it s resting place the beautiful symbolic ceremony was preformed by these two Orders of marching two and two with linked fingers past the remains of the departed sister. Sister C. E. Jensen, Sister Kinney and Sister Gee, as Nobel Grand, Vice Grand, and Chaplain, then read the beautiful burial service of the Rebekahs, and after all had marched around the grace and deposited sprigs of evergreen, the benediction was pronounced by the minister, and the mortal remains of our beloved mother and sister were left to await the glorious resurrection, “when the corruptible bodies of those who sleep in him shall be raised and made like unto His own glorious body, according to the mighty working whereby He is able to subdue all things unto Himself.” ["The Nelson (Nebraska) Gazette", June 18, 1908, page 1 - Sub by Jeanne Wallendal Jessie]
Mills, Forest I. : Forest I. Mills, 82, formerly of Saltillo, Ohio, died at 7:14 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 21, 2005, at Genesis Hospice, Zanesville. She was born Aug. 13, 1922, in Monday Creek Township, Perry County, to the late Herbert A. and Lucy E. Wolfe Shaffer. Mrs. Mills was a lifetime resident of the area; retired in 1973 after 20 years with Essex Wire of Lancaster; and was a member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New Lexington. She is survived by six children, Florence (Jack) Filkins of Saltillo, Frances Gelzhiser of Pittsburgh, Pa., Donna Wolfe of Saltillo, Mona (Rick) Morgan of Roseville, Carolyn (Audry Jr.) Hinkle of Saltillo and John A. (Lois) Mills Jr. of New Lexington; 30 grandchildren; 78 great-grandchildren; 16 great-great-grandchildren; three sisters, Ruth Fauley of Bristol, Gladys (Robert) Householder of New Lexington and Alice (Jack) Gray of Lancaster; and a brother, Paul W. (Jodi) Shaffer Sr. of New Lexington. She was preceded in death, in addition to her parents, by her husband, John A. Mills Sr., on Feb. 18, 1990; a daughter, Darlene Danielson; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild; a sister, Edna Burgess; and a brother, Herbert A. Shaffer Jr. Calling hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 23, 2005, at the Roberts Funeral Home, 304 Mill St., New Lexington. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2005, at the funeral home with Pastor Justin VanOrman and the Rev. Arthur Potts officiating. Burial will be in Wesley Chapel Cemetery near Somerset.
Milner, Adda: Adda Milner, 97, Morristown, died Sunday morning Feb 14, 1993 in Star Nursing Home, Morristown. She was born June 25, 1895 at Tacoma, a daughter of the late J. E. and Ella Linch Moore. She was a member of the Morristown Christian Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, J. C. Milner. Surviving are one son, Harry Milner of Morristown; four grandchildren; and nice great-grandchildren. Friends were received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Morristown, on Tuesday. Services will be held today Feb 17, at 1 p.m. with Rev. Tom Fish and Rev. Karl Fitch officiating. Burial will be made in Union Cemetery, Morristown. [Barnesville Enterprise pg. 2, 17 Feb 1993]
Mitchell, Mrs. Ella : Stricken June4, while visiting her son, Captain David W. Mitchell at the Boston Navy yard, Mrs. Ella Hewetson Mitchell, 87, St. Clairsville, died at 10:10 Thursday morning in a Quincy Mass, hospital. She will be brought to the Johnston mortuary for services. A daughter of John and Elizabeth Osborne Hewetson, she was born on W. Main St., residing in St. Clairsville all of her life, except for a few years spent at Barnesville and Amanda, and was a member of the Thoburn Methodist Church. She was the last active charter member of the Tuesday Night Club, which was organized at a party given November 5, 1897, her birth anniversary. Her death followed a period of failing health that began last December. In March she went to the home of her son where a stroke occurred Sunday and she never rallied. Her husband Attorney Wilson Mitchell died January 8, 1940, at the family home E. Main St. She leaves two sons, the Boston Naval officer and Alfred Hewetson Mitchell of the home, as well as three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. [Times Recorder, 16 Jun 1944]
Mizik, William G. : William G. Mizik, 19, died at 7:40 a.m. Monday Dec 8, 1975 at the home of his parents, George and Helen Mizik, Caldwell. He was born Sept 23, 1956 in Noble County and attended Shenandoah High School. He graduated from the State School for the Blind, Columbus, in 1974 and was a member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Belle Valley. In addition to his parents he leaves four brothers, Robert Mizik of Oregon, OH., Thomas of Ft. Carson, CO., Patrick and James of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Janet Skaggs, Grove City, Audrey and Constance of the home; and his grandmother Mrs. Elizabeth Kracinovsky, Duquesne, PA. Friends were received at the Estadt Funeral Home where the Rosary devotions were held this Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock from Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Belle Valley with the Rev. Edward Maloney officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Belle Valley. [Journal, 11 Dec 1975 pg. 2]
Moore, Frances J.: Frances J. Moore, 72, of Beallsville, died Thursday at home. She was born August 11, 1914 in Wayne Twp., a daughter of the late Emmett (Nick) and Forresta Hatcher Powell. She was a member of Belmont Ridge Christian Church. Surviving are her husband, Judson Moore; three sons, Robert of Etna, Eugene of Jerusalem, Michael of Beallsville; a daughter, Mary Frances Bucey of Massillon; a sister, Mary Neptune of Universal City, TX.; six grandchildren. Friends received at Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. Sherman Mullett officiating. Burial will be in Beallsville Cemetery.
Moore, Paul Eugene: Paul Eugene Moore, 22, of Gallaher Rd. Beallsville, died Sunday near Beallsville as a result of and automobile accident. He was born Feb 8, 1969 in Bellaire, a son of Freddie and Janice Piatt Moore. He was an employee of Coleman Machine, St. Clairsville. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Donald Piatt. Surviving in addition to his parents with whom he resided are two brothers, Timothy of Beallsville and Jay at home; his paternal grandparents, Chester and Kathryn Garrett Moore of Alledonia; his maternal grandmother, Mildred Kocher Fraley of Beallsville. Friends will be received at the Harper Funeral Home, Beallsville, today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday with Wayne Clark officiating. Burial in Beallsville Cemetery. [Times Leader, 30 Dec 1991]
Moore, Raymond : Raymond Moore, 817 N. 17th St. died Wednesday at St. Anthony Hospital. Survived by wife, Fannie Moore, sister, Viola Haynes, Cleveland, OH; nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral service Saturday 11 a.m. Chapel of Williams and McNabb. Rev. U. G. Campbell officiating. Interment , Eastlawn Cemetery. Calling hours at the chapel Friday after 1 p.m. where family will receive friends 7 to 9 p.m. [Columbus Dispatch]
Moore, Richard: Richard (Dick) Moore, 64, of Barnesville, died Sunday, Sept 3,1993 at home. He was born Jan 7, 1929 in Belmont, son of the late Guy and Gladys Wickham Moore. He was a retired automobile salesman and livestock dealer, and a member of Barnesville First United Methodist Church. He was a member of the Barnesville Eagles and the Barnesville Loyal Order of Moose. Surviving are his wife, Bonnie Lee Wineman Moore; a son, Thomas R. of Fredericksburg, VA., four daughters, Deborah S. Brown of Columbus, Cynthia A. Graham and Melinda L. Garafalo both of Barnesville, and Kathy L. Doty, of Bethesda; a brother John R. of Barnesville; eight grandchildren. Friends will be received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda where services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Charles Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial follows in Belmont Cemetery. [Times Leader, 04 Sep 1993]
Morgan, John E.
John E. Morgan, who has been suffering with consumption for the past five or six months, passed away at 8:45 o'clock last night at his home on Second street. Mr. Morgan was born in Wales and was in the 42d year of his age. He came to this country in 1860 and worked as a catcher at the AEtna mill up to about four months ago. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his death. The funeral will take place from his late residence at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, and will be in charge of Belmont City Lodge No. 221, I. O. O. F., of which the deceased was an active member. [The Evening Times, Martins Ferry, Ohio - Friday, September 30, 1892 - Microfilm edition, Ohio Historical Society, Roll #22848 - Submitted by Nancy Edwards]
Morris, Mrs. Hattie : Mrs. Hattie Morris, 73, died at her home on Poplar and West Streets, Thursday , following a few days illness. Mrs. Morris was the widow of the late Levi Morris. She had lived the greater part of her life in Caldwell and was a member of the Christian Church. Surviving are three daughters and two sons; Mrs. H. A. Murphy, Zanesville; Mrs. Ada Stricker, Whipple; Mrs. Lena Hogue, Florence addition; Virgil Morris of the home, Delmar Morris, Zanesville. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the B. B. Wheeler Funeral Home with Rev. T. Sanford Williams officiating. Burial was made in the Olive Cemetery. [Journal, 22 May 1941 pg. 4]
Morris, Mrs. Mary K. : Mrs. Mary Kathryn Morris, 79, widow of the late John K. Morris, died following an illness at the home of her son, Elmer Morris, near Sarahsville, Monday at 2 p.m. The body was brought to the B. B. Wheeler Funeral Home in Caldwell, where it will remain until the hour of the funeral services which will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m., at Barry's Ridge Methodist Church, conducted by Rev. Walter H. Brown of South Olive. Interment will be made in the Barry's Ridge Cemetery. The surviving sons and daughters of Mrs. Morris are Elmer Morris at whose home she died, Walter Morris of Cambridge, Mrs. J. E. Smalley of near Caldwell, and Mrs. J. B. Phelps of Ave. [Times Recorder, 17, Jun 1942]
Morton, John J.
The funeral of John J., the sixteen months old son of Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Morton took place this afternoon, and was very largely attended for one so young. Rev. L. D. Morse conducted the exercises at the house. The interment took place at Riverview. [The Evening Times, Martins Ferry, Ohio - Sep 16, 1891, from: Microfilm edition, Ohio Historical Society, Roll #22847 - Sub. by Nancy S. Edwards]
Motichka, Verla M.: Verla M. Motichka, 83, died Tuesday, Jan 28, at St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula. She is survived by her husband Leonard, sons Neal and Myron and their spouses, brother Earl Klein, and grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be at St. Richards Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Glacier Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
Motter, O. V.: O. V. "Red" Motter, 86, Belmont, died Sept 5 1991 at Barnesville Hospital. He was born Feb 1, 1905 in St. Louis MO., son of the late Virgil and Alma Holf Motter. He was a retired self-employed welder and mechanic, member of Belmont United Methodist Church and Bethesda Senior Citizens. He was preceded in death by his wife, Cenith Murphy Motter; two daughters, Margaret and Ruby and one son Bill. Surviving are five daughters, Lura Williams, Martha Heskett and Linda Brown all of Belmont; Elinor Castello of Canton and Norma Heskett of Bethesda; two sons. Raymond Motter of Massillon and Ronnie Motter of Columbus; one brother, Lester Motter of St. Louis; one sister Dorothy Winslow of St. Louis; 19 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; nine great-great-grandchildren. Services were held Saturday morning from the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home with Rev. Virginia Geiger officiating. Burial was made in Belmont Cemetery. [Barnesville Enterprise, Sep 1991 pg. 2]
Mucha, Walter : Walter (Buck) Mucha, 63, of Green St., died Thursday night at Mercy Hospital after a long illness. A Franklin Furnace native, a World War II Army veteran and a retired employee of the Ohio Department of Transportation, he was a member of the Wheelersburg Kiwanis Club, Western Sun Masonic Lodge and Disabled American Veterans, Victory Chapel. Surviving are his wife, Lorraine Conklin Mucha; a son Michael of Gallia St.,; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Barbara) Puffer of Chillicothe; five brothers, Carl of Kentland Ave., Sciotoville, Arthur of High St. Portsmouth, William of Flo Morgan Rd., Rosemount, Glen of Argonne Rd., Portsmouth and Andrew of Farney Ave., Sciotoville; a sister, Mrs. Elsie Staker of Gallia St., and five grandchildren. He was a member of St. John Lutheran Church at Powellsville, where services are planned at 10 a.m., Saturday with Rev. Ronald Chelton officiating and interment in Memorial Burial Park. Friends may call at Harrison Funeral Home until 10 tonight, and at the church one hour before services. Masonic rites are planned at 8 tonight at the funeral home.
Mudd, Clarence: Clarence E. Mudd, 71, of 1734 East Stewart Road, Homer township, died Thursday at the Midland Hospital. He had been a lifelong resident of Homer township where he had farmed. Mr. Mudd was born Nov. 14, 1894 in Midland County. He married the former Verna S. Sweebe, May 4, 1913 and she preceded him in death April 18, 1966. Surviving are three sons Melvin E. of Midland Township, Llyod R. of Midland, Herman E. of Coleman; two daughters, Mrs. George Green and Mrs. Charles Longsdorf, both of Homer; seven brother Wilbur, Jesse, Howard, and Donald all of Midland, Claude and Irvin of Homer, and Raymond of St. Louis; 16 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at the Scott Wilson Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Charles L. Rupp officiating. Burial will be in the Midland Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at at he Wilson Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Saturday. [Midland Daily News, 23 Sep 1966]
Muller, Bernard W.: Bernard W. Muller, 91, Belmont Route, died Monday evening, January 16, 1989 at Heartland-Lansing Nursing Home, Bridgeport. He was born October 2, 1897 in Wheeling, WV., son of the late Carl J. and Anna Shulz Muller. He was a retired auto mechanic and a Protestant by faith. He served in the U. S. Army during World War II. Surviving are several cousins and one great-nephew. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda on Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be held Friday, January 20 at 10 a.m. with Rev. John Jackson officiating. Burial will be made in Greenwood Cemetery, Wheeling, WV. [Barnesville Enterprise]
Murphy, Mary L.: Mary L. Murphy, 86, Barnesville, died Tuesday, June 22, 1982 at the Kermit Murphy residence. Born Dec. 7 1895 in Belmont County, she was a daughter of the late James and Emma Forbes. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church and was preceded in death by her first husband, Roscoe Warfield and her second husband, Elza E. Murphy; one son, Joseph and one grandson. Surviving are two sons, Paul Warfield, Somerton and Harold Warfield, N. Charleroi, PA.; one daughter, Mrs. Kermit (Blanche) Murphy, with whom she made her home; one sister, Mrs. Helen Tyson, Newsomerstown; eleven grandchildren nineteen great-grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren. Friends will be received today June 24 after 2 o'clock. Services will be conducted Friday at 1:00 with the Rev. William Thomas officiating. Burial will be made in Crestview Cemetery. [Barnesville Enterprise 24 June 1982, pg. 2]
Murphy, Mrs. Pearl Larrick : Mrs. Pearl Larrick Murphy, 71, wife of S. L. Murphy, died Friday at 10:45 p.m. at the home near Chaseville from a cerebral hemorrhage. She had been in failing health the past three months but her condition had not been serious and death occurred unexpectedly, coming as a shock to the community. Mrs. Murphy, a daughter of John H. B. and Sarah Bond Larrick was untied in marriage on Dec 27, 1894 to S. L. Murphy. When a young woman she united with the Mt. Zion Lutheran church and remained a faithful member there until her death. Four children Mrs. Ray Dettra and Mrs. Ivan Secrest, Senecaville., Carl Murphy, Caldwell and John of the home; three sisters Mrs. Ada Danford, Mrs. Rosa Drake, Pleasant City and Mrs. Golda Kackley, Akron, 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild survive in addition to the husband. One son, Oren and two brothers, Peter and Bert are deceased. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at the home by Rev. Leo LaFontaine and burial will be made in Senecaville Cemetery. [Jeffersonian, 21 Feb 1942]
Murphy, Orville: Orville Orrison Murphy, 79, Bethesda, died Sunday, Feb 7,1982 in Barnesville Hospital. He was born April 8, 1902 at Bethesda, a son of the late John and Emma McNichols Murphy. He was a retired truck driver and member of Ebenezer Baptist Church, Bethesda, the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Barnesville Eagles Aerie 937, Scottish Rite Valley of Cambridge and Hazel Lodge No. 251 F & AM, Bethesda. He was preceded in death by a son, John, in 1948; one brother, Oscar and one sister, Bertha Patterson. Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Betty Cross, Barnesville; two granddaughters, Mrs. Robert Gibson and Mrs. Doris Thomas; three great-grandchildren; Bobby and Ricky Gibson and Jeffrey Burns. Services were conducted at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda Wednesday with the Rev. William Hayden officiating. Burial was made in the Ebenezer Cemetery. Masonic services were conducted Tuesday at the funeral home. [Barnesville Enterprise, 11 Feb 1982]
Murphy, R. Craig: R. Craig Murphy, 88, Bethesda, died Thursday evening in Barnesville Hospital at Barnesville. He was born March 1, 1905 at Flushing, son of the late Lorenzo Clinton and Olive Major Murphy. He was a retired employee of the Hanna Coal Co. He was preceded in death by his wife Grace Major Murphy. Surviving are several nieces. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, today 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday 11 until time of services at 1 p.m. with Bob Merritt officiating. Burial follows in Rock Hill Cemetery, Flushing. [Times Leader, 27 Aug 1993]
Myers, B. B. : Caldwell OH-Friends in Caldwell have been notified of the death of Benjamin B. Myers, 62, husband of Mrs. Minnie C. Nieb Myers, native of the Harriettsville community, which occurred last Saturday in Memorial hospital, Marietta, following illness. He had been removed from his home at 606 Washington Street, Marietta on Friday to the hospital. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the Hadley Funeral Home in Marietta, followed by burial in the cemetery near Lower Salem. Mr. Myers was a well known stock dealer and owner of a fine herd of cattle. He was a son of the late James and Sarah Mullenix Myers and was raised as a foster son in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blake of the Whipple community. Surviving are his widow and a daughter, Mrs. Ella Virginia Myers Noe of Charleston, S. C. H. H. Myers, treasurer of Washington County, is a brother. Mr. Myers was a member of the Paw Paw Methodist Church in the vicinity of Harriettsville. [The Times Recorder, 28 Sep 1944]
Mylius, Mrs. Elsie : Mrs. Elsie Mylius, 61, matron at the Bethesda Nurses home, died early Sunday morning at Bethesda Hospital. Mrs. Mylius was a native of Zanesville and for many years was employed as bookkeeper at Weber's Department Store. She was a member of the Pilgrim Evangelical and Reformed Church. Surviving are a son, Ray Mylius, of Princeton, WV., a brother, A. A. Miller of St. Louis, MO., and a granddaughter, Martha Mylius, of Princeton. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Bateman Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. John H. Hose, pastor of the Pilgrim Church officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral home until the services. [Times Recorder, 26 Jul 1943]